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Women's are Better HR Managers

By SiliconIndia   |   Wednesday, March 7, 2012   |    1 Comments
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Bangalore: One of the most fascinating questions of the corporate world, Are really women's better managers than men's...? The answers infact to some extent could be a yes! Women do have a hold upper hand as compared to men in this field.

Women HR managers now a days are more empathetic in order to promote unity, harmony, and oneness in the workplace. And these techniques are very helpful to bridge the gaps between management personnel and employees. Due to this many organizations are moving away from rigid hierarchies and accepting the democratic model that female HR managers have popularized. This has caused a drastic change in the way of thinking of the corporate world in the past few decades. And both the female and male must continue to work in the same criteria to ensure that the corporate environment truly fosters equality as illustrated by Gitanjali Hazarika.

We can take a few examples of womens who can't be doubted as they are the true leaders. Few names like Pratibha Patil, Indira Gandhi who has managed the country so well. Also we have Chanda Kocchar and Naina Lal Kidwai whose inspiring stories motivate us. Indra Nooyi, the current Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of PepsiCo ranked as the most powerful woman in business in 2009 and 2010 by Fortune magazine.
Well women's over the periods have proved many times that they are not only good at managing their home but they can also manage an organization very well. Hence proved, that the choice should be made based on the responsibility of management skills, situation, the kind of job, etc rather than sex.

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Reader's comments(1)
1: I think individual personality also matters along with gender.
In my opinion,Women takes right decision in less span of time.
When it comes to higher positions and/or final decisions, it will be wise for a company to use both gender's input.
Sounds like Gitanjali Hazarika stated with great experience about both male & female MUST continue to work in the same criteria
Posted by:Jyoti - 22 Jun, 2012
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